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Old 12-13-2007, 11:09 PM   #1
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i have a motorcycle...that i need registered...the guy signed the title...but in louisiana, you have to have a notorized bil of sale. ive had the bike almost a year now.... and havnt driven it. the owners address is on the title but apparently he doesnt live there anymore...so i cant look in the phonebook? does any1 have advice?
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Old 12-14-2007, 12:23 AM   #2
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There are "bill of sale" templates on the net and just make one and sign it in his behalf....thats what I would do...
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yeah...but fo a notary to sign...they have to have both people present...... so TTT
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A guy I work with is a Notary, but I believe when you notarize something, they need to sign a record book and get a fingerprint. I dont see what you need a notary for when you already know you need the other guy to be present. Unless your asking to have it done with some cash under the table Have you called the DMV to see what your options are if you dont have the previous owners signature and cant get a hold of them?
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yeah...i cannot find the other guy! it was a year ago. So yes...more or less...under the table
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Well, I'll ask when I see him and see what could be done.
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Call the DMV and see what your options are. Most banks have a notary that might be able to help you. I hope that helps.
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yeah...i called the dmv...they said i have to have a notarized bill of sale...because in louisiana when we register our cars they tax you on how much in on the bill and not by KBB
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You could look the previous owner up on the internet. Try going to yellowbook.com ( I hope saying that isn't against the rules...if so please delete)
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tried that already. thanks tho...i down to my last option....a notary...some1 will help me it will just take some patience
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ttt.....
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still looking fo a notary.
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most banks have notaries
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Old 01-02-2008, 07:33 PM   #14
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no...you have to read the first post.
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Old 01-15-2008, 09:50 PM   #15
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ttt please
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My wife is a notary. I don't think anyone that is a notary would be willing to help you though. The notary's job is to verify the signature of the person, without that person present you can not get it notarized. I'm sure you already know this though, which is why you're asking if someone will commit notary fraud for you and risk a $10,000 fine.

Like others suggested, your best bet is to call the DMV and ask what other options you have. I'm sure they'll work with you.
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Old 01-19-2008, 01:50 AM   #17
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i got it notarized..thanks
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